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Turkey Foot Falls located in the William B. Bankhead National Forest. Northwest Alabama

 

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Good ole Turkey Foot Falls.....dumb name, beautiful place.

A landscape photograph of the Turkey Point Lighthouse that overlooks the Chesapeake Bay in Elk Neck State Park Maryland. Photographed by: Melissa Fague.

 

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Turkey vulture. A Sunday morning treat, just down the street from my sisters house.

 

Jose Feliciano: Old Turkey Buzzard: www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBpzTcW5qIg&feature=PlayList&...

Emecik, Datça, Muğla, Turkey. 17-8-2014.

 

One of many islands off the coast of Datça Peninsula...

 

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Mengen Creek, somewhere in Bolu Province, Turkey. 1-11-2014.

 

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Turkey Lays @ 2007 Albuquerque International Balloon Festival.

Lockheed Martin (TUSAS) F-16CJ Fighting Falcon

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MSN: 4R-115.

 

Meeting à Saragosse en Espagne. Tiger Meet.

 

From 192 Filo "Kaplan" based at Balikesir, Turkey. Special scheme for the Nato Tiger Meet. Seen here at the 2016 event hosted at Saragossa Air Base.

 

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Turkey Foot Falls was abundant with water on this dreary, overcast, beautiful Saturday in December.

Kusadasi City at dawn

From Wikipedia:

'Turkey turning his back on me in a country garden!The domesticated turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) is a large poultry bird, one of the two species in the genus Meleagris and the same as the wild turkey. It was domesticated by the indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica at least 2,000 years ago, with the evidence pointing to what are today the central regions of Mexico.[1]

 

Turkey meat is a popular form of poultry, and turkeys are raised throughout temperate parts of the world, partially because industrialized farming has made it very cheap for the amount of meat it produces. Female domesticated turkeys are referred to as hens and the chicks may be called poults or turkeylings. In the United States, the males are referred to as toms, while in Europe, males are stags. The average lifespan for a domesticated turkey is ten years.[citation needed]

 

The great majority of domesticated turkeys are bred to have white feathers because their pin feathers are less visible when the carcass is dressed, although brown or bronze-feathered varieties are also raised. The fleshy protuberance atop the beak is the snood, and the one attached to the underside of the beak is known as a wattle.'

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This made Explore Aug 3, 2009 #456

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Turkey Vulture

Just Waiting For Death To Provide A Meal!

 

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I'm thinking that this Turkey is a pet.

He was just roaming around the property. Love the sign.

I would name him Kerouac if he were my turkey.

GADZOOKS!

This made Explore Jul 26, 2009 #183

 

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Turkey Vulture waiting for something to die.

This weekend was the first time ever that I have been able to photograph these birds close up and on the ground. Generally I see them while zooming down the road or they are circling at a fairly high altitude.

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Portrait of a turkey vulture.

 

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I saw this Wild Turkey back in the summer at Palmyra Cove Nature Park in southern New Jersey. It's definitely not one of my closer photos but I really enjoyed the look of the tunnel of trees and grass framing the single turkey. Sometimes I think the added scenery looks good in a wildlife photo. ~ 6/17/14 ~ 500 mm - ¹⁄₃₂₀ sec at f/5.6 - ISO8000

Rızvaniye Mosque and Halil-ü Rahman, Şanlı Urfa, Turkey. 26-4-2010.

 

Rızvaniye Mosque was built by the Ottoman governor Rızvan Ahmet Paşa in 1736. According to the legend, Abraham was thrown from the citadel onto a big fire where the 150x30 m pool is located now. The firewood turned into carp and springs burst to form the Pool of Abraham. The fish is considered sacred, and tasting them will bring eternal damnation.

 

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There were between 30-40 turkeys that crossed the road this particular day. It's always been fun to sit and watch them make their way to the other side.

 

iPhone4 and HDR FX app.

Found this turkey feather in the (unmowed ...lol) field the other day and thought it was really quite beautiful!

So, I thought I would share it with you all!

 

Looks pretty cool on black!

Turkey Foot Waterfall and the rocks, moss, trees, etc. that keeps me coming back.

 

Turkey Shed twixt Wind turbines nr Weston Longville in a "Wizard Of Oz"-esque style.

İzmir is an ancient city (old smyrna) that was founded at a very early period at a central and strategic point on the Aegean coast of Anatolia. Aided by its advantageous port conditions, its ease of defence and its good inland connections, İzmir rose to prominence before the Classical Era. Its importance can be said to have remained practically uninterrupted to this day. Its initial location at the northeastern corner of the tip of the Gulf of izmir is commonly called "Old Smyrna", and the city after the move to a new location on the slopes of Mount Pagos (Kadifekale today) at the time of Alexander the Great, constitute izmir proper. The heart of that new city, principally dating from the late Hellenistic and early Roman period, before a great earthquake in 178, forms the large area of Izmir Agora Open Air Museum today

The Library of Celsus in Ephesus is one of the best preserved sites.

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